John Edward "Charlie" Rogers (born June 19, 1976) is an American former professional football player who was a running back and wide receiver in the National Football League (NFL) for the Seattle Seahawks (1999–2001), the Houston Texans (2002), the Buffalo Bills (2002) and the Miami Dolphins (2003).
Rogers with the Dolphins in 2003
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|Born:||June 19, 1976|
Cliffwood, New Jersey
|High school:||Matawan (NJ)|
|NFL Draft:||1999 / Round: 5 / Pick: 152|
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Rogers led the NFL in average punt return yardage in his rookie season, 1999. He also returned a kickoff 85 yards for a touchdown in the Seattle Seahawks playoff loss to the Miami Dolphins (the last points scored by a Seahawk in Kingdome history).
Rogers played college football with the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets and attended high school at Matawan Regional High School and is now currently the head football coach for the Matawan Ayf midgets.
- (15 October 2015). On this date: Charlie Rogers runs into Seahawks’ record book Archived 2016-03-08 at the Wayback Machine, seahawks.com
- Cour, Jim (1 October 1999). Charlie Rogers has tacklers muttering to themselves, Moscow-Pullman Daily News (AP)
- Cour, Jim (10 January 200). Late slide ends Seahawks' season, Ocala Star-Banner (AP)
- Farnsworth, Clare (6 February 2002). Texans eye Seahawks' Rogers, Seattle Post-Intelligencer
- Farnsworth, Clare (18 February 2002). Texans take Hawks returner, Seattle Post-Intelligencer
- (13 November 1994). High School Football, The New York Times (brief reference to Rogers playing for Matawan)
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